Rick ,be careful and go slow. I bent up some pieces on mine even after talking to people and reading in the how-to section here. The drip moulding gave me fits too, probably will have to replace all of it.
68 Malibu 327
Do what Chev64 says. If you use the right tool, probably cost about $5-$10, and take your time, you will save the cost of new trim. Some of the window trim is still available from GM. Drip-rail molding is another story. I've heard of the bottle opener trick there that most guys will swear by. Let someone who has done it show you.
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